Kalevala Koru, sterling silver medallion necklace, 1985. #Finland | FinlandJewelry.com

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Kokko's are described as giant eagles, in the Kalevala. They may have an connection to Thunderbird, which is widely known from Europe all the way to Native Americans. Kokko is described as bird made of iron, sometimes as bird of fire. It has gigantic claws, and it has an ability to carry humans and other heavy weights.

Kokko- Finnish myth: a giant eagle made of fire and iron. Once there was a sorcerer named Louhi who stole the light from the world. But Ukko, a supreme god, used kokko's feathers to strike a spark and bring light back to the earth.


Urailian story, sea, fishermen find themselves attack by winged demos coming for there ketch.

Elämän virralla, Simberg

The Stream of Life; By the River of Life (Elämän virralla), 1896 - Hugo Simberg

Sivusto "Suomalais-ugrilaiset kirjastot". Elävä Kalevala

The National Epic of Finland illustrated by Akseli Gallen Kallela

Illustrations of "The Kalewala" by Tamara G. Yufa (honored artist of Russian Federation, honoured art worker of the Republic of Karelia). The Kalevala or Kalewala is a 19th-century work of epic poetry compiled by Elias Lönnrot from Karelian and Finnish oral folklore and mythology...

Illustrations of "The Kalewala" by Tamara G. Yufa (honored artist of Russian…